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Chiropractic Bio Physics (CBP)

Our office is the only office for two counties around in any direction which is properly trained and certified to provide ideal correction to a patient's spinal structure through Chiropractic BioPhysics.

Chiropractic BioPhysics is a highly-advanced, scientific, and proven chiropractic technique which corrects your spine towards ideal alignment.

Chiropractic BioPhysics combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify the causes of your pain, discomfort, loss of mobility, and altered health. That means your diagnosis – and treatment – will be based on sound scientific and chiropractic principles.

Unlike regular chiropractic that mainly focus on immediate pain relief, Chiropractic BioPhysics goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem. That’s why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as their posture begins to align, they notice other conditions clearing up as well.

Millions of Americans enjoy less pain, more mobility, and improved health because of treatment by a Doctor of Chiropractic. As good as it is, Chiropractic care evolves and improves based on continuous advances in science and technology.

Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) is a chiropractic technique developed and studied, starting in the 1970s, by Donald D. Harrison, PhD, DC, MSE (Dr. Deed Harrison’s late father). In addition to using standard chiropractic techniques, CBP treatment involves specifically positioning patient spines and body parts into unique positions called their Mirror Image®. Care starts with teaching you how to use your body slightly differently so you do not re-injure it and move it out of alignment many times per day. It continues with training in Mirror Image® Exercises, both stretching and strengthening, so your muscles are pulling you towards instead of away from ideal posture. Your care will include Mirror Image® adjusting to reset your nervous system to strive towards ideal alignment,help align scar tissue, and maximize nutrition absorption in the joints.Your care will include Mirror Image® traction to stretch ligaments on one side of your spine and allow ligaments on the other side of your spine to contract and hold you in better alignment.

CBP Technique is not just another trend or fad—eight chiropractic colleges from the USA to Canada to Australia teach the technique in two graduate courses. And more than 140 clinical trials and research studies conducted over more than three decades prove that the techniques and methods of Chiropractic BioPhysics produce results. With 17 post-graduate courses, CBP Technique offers chiropractors more than 200 hours of continued training, covering the latest strategies to treat spinal disorders and improve patient health and well being.

CBP Technique comes with years of clinical research and peer-reviewed publications. The CBP research team consists of mathematicians, engineers, Medical Doctors, Statisticians, Doctors of Chiropractic and other professionals from multiple fields. This team of researchers has thoroughly investigated all aspects of the CBP Technique spinal rehabilitation methods. As a result, it is safe to say that CBP Chiropractors use tested and proven techniques for remodeling your spine from top to bottom.


It all starts with a scientifically based examination of your posture, spinal alignment, and function—often involving x-ray analysis—as compared to normal values.

In short, the CBP chiropractors combine biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify and quantify the causes of your pain, discomfort, loss of mobility, and altered health. And that means your diagnosis — and the resulting treatment — will be based on sound scientific and chiropractic information with a means to objectively measure progress.

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